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Scientists discover differences in the blood samples of severe, mild COVID-19 patients
LONDON: Researchers have identified proteins in the blood of COVID-19 patients which are linked to the disease severity, an advance that may lead to markers that provide information on the progression of their illness.
CMAAO Coronavirus Facts and Myth Buster 120: IMA Position
940: Position of IMA on COVID related issues.
Relieve Stress by Changing the Interpretation
Stress is the reaction of the body or the mind to the interpretation of a known situation. Stress management, therefore, involves either changing the situation, changing the interpretation or taming the body the yogic way in such a way that stress does not affect the body.
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Healthcare News Monitor
NEW DELHI: Markets regulator Sebi has strongly "censured" Astrazeneca Pharma India LtdNSE 5.87 %'s promoter and Elliot Group for professional misconduct and following unfair trade practices during the company's delisting plan in 2014.
The Union health ministry has issued a draft notification to allow import and manufacturing of certain unapproved drugs on compassionate grounds in small volumes based on a prescription from a medical institution. The move is aimed at making experimental drugs for treating coronavirus disease (Covid-19) accessible for severely-ill patients in India.
Former Indian Medical Association (IMA) chief Dr KK Aggarwal has moved the Delhi High Court challenging the Delhi government's decision of excluding "asymptomatic patients or pre-symptomatic patients" from Covid-19 testing. The Division Bench of Justice Hima Kohli and Justice Subramonium Prasad on Monday will hear the petition of Dr Aggarwal. The former IMA chief is seeking to quash the Delhi government's order dated June 2 stating that getting a medical test done is a "fundamental right" of every citizen.
Chandni B lives in Bengaluru but her elderly aunt and uncle live by themselves in Mumbai. When Chandniís 76-year-old uncle needed dialysis and also started showing Covid-19 symptoms, they found themselves in a tough situation.